Revolutionary designed by undpartner, the Peoplepad is a set of multimedia furniture (if there is something that can be called that way) that allows its user to decide on which of those high-tech functions to put at work. This high-tech home furniture is designed to bundle playing, relaxing, sitting, and resting activity all at once. Unlike any other techie home gadgets, within its green and black leather design the Peoplepad is able to generate a techie high-class living room look while you are simply enjoying your easy access into the mighty technology world.
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Specially made for luxurious hearts, this elegant flat by Stephen Fletcher has taken lavishness to a whole new level. Located in Hampstead, London, originally this spacious flat used to be a ground floor and basement for a gothic-styled grand house built for an artist way back in 1870. Here’s where Stephen Fletcher stepped in and planned the transformation to add up some entertainment space without removing any existing features. Applying a vintage contemporary theme, he arranged the interior to imply its original state with some touch of freshness.
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The house is designed by Bates Masi Architects. This limestone, steel, aluminum and glass house built on the exact same footprint as one-story wood house that was here before. The house is now have two stories and the main entrance has double staircase to the second floor. The living room, dining room, kitchen, utility room, library, and two guest bedrooms with baths are on the first floor. The second floor has the master bedroom / sitting room with two dressing rooms, two vanity areas and a large bathroom with separate tub and shower. All rooms are open to walkways and terraces at both the first and second floors. The studio and garage are attached to the main house with a glass walled and roofed corridor. The swimming pool is located near the house with its own view of the surroundings.
Applecross is an elite suburb of Perth, Australia with great views on Swan River. This house for family who often hosts guests was designed by Jackson Clements Burrows. It is divided into two halves – Verandah (the western side of the house) and Enclosure (the eastern side of the house). The western side characterized by double height space enclosed by operable louvers which control natural ventilation and shading levels. It’s mostly occupied during the day and evening. The eastern side hosts the kitchen, garage, bedrooms, study and bathrooms. There are also the dining room and various lounge areas which flow into outdoor space. The translucent roof is striped with timber battens and the floors are a warm dark timber. Cross-ventilation cools the spaces while passive solar energy heats them.
Nestled in the bustling frenzy of Sao Paulo, Brazil, the GR House looks like anything but a congested living space located in a populous urban setting. This luxury home designed and built by Bernardes Jacobsen Architecture is engulfed in a lush green private park that soothes your senses and transports you into an atmosphere that is akin the thick Amazonian jungles. The interiors are open, stylish and crafted in line with the modern minimalist trends. Extensive use of glass, white marble and timber ensures plenty of natural lighting and a home that blends seamlessly with its surroundings.